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25 April 2017

 

Phillips Looks for a Doig Record with $25m Painting.

Phillips is pleased to announce that Peter Doig's Rosedale will be offered as the top lot in the May Evening Sale of 20th Century & Contemporary Art in New York on 18 May. ... read more (external link)

 

25 April 2017

 

Hiscox Report Shows Significant Online Art Sales Growth, with Consolidation Ahead

The online art market grew in 2016 against a backdrop of a sleepy market, according to a new report from Hiscox, the specialty insurer. ... read more (external link)

 

24 April 2017

 

Basquiat, Doig Paintings Are Headed for Artist Auction Records.

Two blue-chip contemporary artists are set to beat their own auction records next month in New York. ... read more (external link)

 

23 April 2017

 

Who Says Art Needs to Hang on a Wall? Hauser & Wirth Shows Wearable Works.

Objets-d'art from the likes of Louise Bourgeois, John Baldessari, Paul McCarthy, among other notables. ... read more (external link)

 

23 April 2017

 

Which Artists Made Time Magazine's Annual List of the 100 Most Influential Figures?

A photographer, a painter, and an architect find themselves on the roster. ... read more (external link)

 

18 April 2017

 

Jeff Koons Launches His Partnership with Louis Vuitton.

Just for a change, Jeff Koons is making waves. This time, its not with a bunch of flowers but with his collection of bags designed for Louis Vuitton. ... read more (external link)

 

18 April 2017

 

Sugar Baby Lives On and 6 More Facts From Kara Walker's New York Mag Profile

Where will the Sugar Sphinx pop up next? ... read more (external link)

 

18 April 2017

 

13 Unmissable Shows and Events During Berlin Gallery Weekend 2017.

From the best exhibitions on the official roster to the top satellite shows, talks, and performances around the city. ... read more (external link)

 

18 April 2017

 

Jeff Koons Launches His Partnership with Louis Vuitton.

Just for a change, Jeff Koons is making waves. This time, its not with a bunch of flowers but with his collection of bags designed for Louis Vuitton. ... read more (external link)

 

14 April 2017

 

In a Surprise Move, New York Times Art Writer Randy Kennedy Joins Hauser and Wirth

In a surprising announcement, mega-gallery Hauser & Wirth announced that Randy Kennedy, a highly respected arts writer and 23-year veteran of the New York Times, has joined as director of special projects. ... read more (external link)

 

14 April 2017

 

Fearless Girl Face-off Poses a New Question: Does the Law Protect an Artist's Message?

Artist Arturo Di Modica, who created Wall Street's iconic Charging Bull in 1989, isn't happy about the recent addition of the widely buzzed-about Fearless Girl to downtown Manhattan park Bowling Green. In a press conference Wednesday, Di Modica, who is 76 and in poor health, called for the new sculpture to be moved. ... read more (external link)

 

13 April 2017

 

Artists' Answer to a Changing Market? Become a Brand

Amid the galas, the private collection visits, the openings, and the bustling Dallas Art Fair, art enthusiasts paused for an hour last week to step back and consider what the evolution of the art market means for artists themselves. ... read more (external link)

 

12 April 2017

 

Sotheby's Splendid Late Lichtenstein Could Fetch $20 Million.

Comparable works have always exceeded estimates. ... read more (external link)

 

10 April 2017

 

Steven Cohen Is Selling His $28 Million Basquiat Cop Painting.

Billionaire money manager Steven A. Cohen is selling a prized painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat at Christie's in May, according to people familiar with the matter. ... read more (external link)

 

07 April 2017

 

The Tao of Szymczyk: documenta 14 Curator Says to Understand His Show, Forget Everything You Know

Despite the secrecy, the presentation included intense and emotional moments. ... read more (external link)

 

07 April 2017

 

Damien Hirst's New Venice Show Is an "Unbelievable" Journey to the Depths of Bling

Micky Mouse and ancient goddesses populate the artist's fantastical exhibit. ... read more (external link)

 

05 April 2017

 

Pink Star Diamond Sets Record With $71.2 Million Sotheby's Sale. But Still Falls Short

This is one big Flawless Fancy Vivid Pink. ... read more (external link)

 

05 April 2017

 

Sothebys Snags Turner Landscape, to Be Offered This Summer for Up to $31 Million.

If it makes its high estimate, it will be among Turner's top-selling canvases. ... read more (external link)

 

05 April 2017

 

New York Banking Royaltys Heirs Are Unloading Art to Save the Family Estate

Country estate threatened after foundation bleeds money. Drastic step: auctioning off the Degas and Toulouse-Lautrec. ... read more (external link)

 

05 April 2017

 

At $12.6 Million, an Andy Warhol Mao Sets New High for Western Contemporary Art in Asia.

Just four Mao canvases have fetched higher prices. ... read more (external link)

 

03 April 2017

 

6 Takeaways From the Art Newspaper's Museum Attendance Report.

Cultural institutions are facing a host of challenges according to a 2016 attendance survey from the Art Newspaper. Falling tourism against the backdrop of international terrorism, increased competition from the private sector, and rising overheads, are all issues that museums must contend with. ... read more (external link)

 

03 April 2017

 

See 7 Watches of Stunning Celestial Beauty From Baselworld 2017.

Who knew you could wear the music of the spheres on your wrist? That seems to be the case among the watch-collecting elite this year, as several of the most wondrous watches debuted throughout Baselworld 2017. ... read more (external link)

 

31 March 2017

 

Picasso Portrait That Became Legend of the French Resistance Could Sell for $50 Million.

A remarkable Picasso picture with a striking backstory will hit the auction block at Christie's Impressionist and Modern Art evening sale in May. ... read more (external link)

 

29 March 2017

 

Christie's London Cancels Post-War and Contemporary Art Sales in June

The auctions house wants to focus on two main seasons: March and October. ... read more (external link)

 

28 March 2017

 

These 10 Artworks Tell the Story of Contemporary Art.

In "The Big Picture: Contemporary Art in 10 Works by 10 Artists," Matthew Israel, Artsy's Curator at Large, examines 10 artworks that trace the development of contemporary art. Below are a series of excerpts from his book, out March 28th from Prestel. ... read more (external link)

 

27 March 2017

 

The 15 Best Booths at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

The fifth edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong opened to VIPs on Tuesday with 242 participating galleries from 34 countries setting up shop through Saturday in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. ... read more (external link)

 

23 March 2017

 

Find Out What Sold at Art Basel in Hong Kong 2017.

David Zwirner moved three $1.5 million Luc Tuymans paintings. ... read more (external link)

 

22 March 2017

 

How Two Stolen Van Gogh Paintings Made It Home after a 14-Year Saga.

"We haven't been able to tell their story for more than 14 years, but starting today, they again have a face and a voice! They're home at last!" proclaimed Axel Ruger, director of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, during a press conference Tuesday. ... read more (external link)

 

22 March 2017

 

Nine Things We Know So Far About documenta 14.

The quinquennial event kicks off next month in Athens. ... read more (external link)

 

22 March 2017

 

The Art Market Report 2017

The Art Market 2017, a joint publication by Art Basel and UBS, it has now been released and it is available for free download. ... read more (external link)

 

27 March 2017

 

The 15 Best Booths at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

The fifth edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong opened to VIPs on Tuesday with 242 participating galleries from 34 countries setting up shop through Saturday in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. ... read more (external link)

 

23 March 2017

 

Find Out What Sold at Art Basel in Hong Kong 2017.

David Zwirner moved three $1.5 million Luc Tuymans paintings. ... read more (external link)

 

22 March 2017

 

How Two Stolen Van Gogh Paintings Made It Home after a 14-Year Saga.

"We haven't been able to tell their story for more than 14 years, but starting today, they again have a face and a voice! They're home at last!" proclaimed Axel Ruger, director of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, during a press conference Tuesday. ... read more (external link)

 

22 March 2017

 

Nine Things We Know So Far About documenta 14.

The quinquennial event kicks off next month in Athens. ... read more (external link)

 

22 March 2017

 

The Art Market Report 2017

The Art Market 2017, a joint publication by Art Basel and UBS, it has now been released and it is available for free download. ... read more (external link)

 

20 March 2017

 

What Happens If You Break an Artwork?

It's the nightmare of many who set foot in an art museum: You trip, lose your balance, and fall right into a priceless work of art. Crash. ... read more (external link)

 

20 March 2017

 

Preview: Can Emerging Art Upstage the Blue-Chip at Art Basel Hong Kong?

Here's what to see at Art Basel in Hong Kong. ... read more (external link)

 

16 March 2017

 

The Auction House Buzzwords New Collectors Need to Know.

As a share of the population, the number of people who participate in fine art auctions is miniscule. To an outsider (that is to say, most human beings), the rituals of an auction - from paddle waving to forking over thousands for a work of art - are intimidating enough. ... read more (external link)

 

14 March 2017

 

An Evening of Records at Christie's.

Ten records! It was with this figure that Christie's triumphantly presented its report on its auction of 7 March, which brought two wonderful weeks in London to an end. ... read more (external link)

 

13 March 2017

 

TEFAF Maastricht Sees Brisk Sales Early for Works under EUR 100,000.

Champagne flowed and oysters were shucked as TEFAF Maastricht celebrated its 30th year as one of the world's most prestigious art and antiques fairs. ... read more (external link)

 

12 March 2017

 

Bernard Arnault to Open New $166 Million Frank Gehry-Designed Museum in Paris

The French collector is expanding his museum empire. ... read more (external link)

 

12 March 2017

 

Swiss Authorities Seize Artworks From Billionaire Urs Schwarzenbach

Customs officials entered the hotel he owns and removed works from the walls. ... read more (external link)

 

12 March 2017

 

Sotheby's Confirms a "Bulletproof" Art Market With $143.5 Million Contemporary Sale in London.

The auction house broke five artist records, with only four lots going unsold over the course of the night. ... read more (external link)

 

12 March 2017

 

10 Unmissable Masterpieces at TEFAF Maastricht 2017.

From Munch to Old Masters, and from a dazzling diamond tiara to a very, very expensive bed. ... read more (external link)

 

12 March 2017

 

London Sales Suggest Strong Rebound for Art Market.

If the past two weeks of auctions in London are anything to go by, the art market is looking up after more than a year in decline. The combined total ... read more (external link)

 

12 March 2017

 

What's Selling So Far at TEFAF Maastricht 2017.

Collectors are looking to "buy very quickly," one dealer reports. ... read more (external link)

 

12 March 2017

 

16 Women Pushing Design Forward in the United States.

Design is everywhere. It's embedded in the screens we tap, the chairs we sit on, and the systems that pump clean water into our communities. ... read more (external link)

 

07 March 2017

 

A landscape by Klimt fetches 48 million pounds at Sotheby's.

The day after the sale at Christie's, Sotheby's held its Impressionist and Modern art sale. It greatly exceeded its rival as it achieved a total of GBP194.8 million against Christie's GBP137 million. In February 2016, the same evening achieved a total of GBP93.7 million. ... read more (external link)

 

24 February 2017

 

Investing in Art: Thoughts from an Art Investment Fund Manager.

Massimiliano Subba, the Chief Executive Officer of Anthea Art Investments AG, accepted to discuss with us the art investment world. ... read more (external link)

 

24 February 2017

 

Francis Bacon Painting May Reach $70 Million at Christie's Sale.

A portrait of Francis Bacon's lover may fetch as much as $70 million at Christie's in May, when bellwether auctions test the health of the high-end art market. ... read more (external link)

 

23 February 2017

 

Why This Gustav Klimt Landscape Is Likely to Set a New Record.

Last year the billionaire talk show host Oprah Winfrey sold the Gustav Klimt painting Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer II (1912) to a Chinese buyer for $150 million. As Bloomberg first reported, the deal was one of the biggest private sales of 2016 and represented a near-doubling of the work's price, just 10 years after she bought it for $87.9 million. ... read more (external link)

 

22 February 2017

 

Editors Picks: 6 Things to See in New York This Week.

Don't miss these. ... read more (external link)

 

22 February 2017

 

5 Young Artists to See in New York Right Now

The kids are alright. ... read more (external link)

 

20 February 2017

 

Arte Povera artist Jannis Kounellis has died, aged 80.

The sculptor was known for his use of lowly materials like coal, jute bags and piles of stones. ... read more (external link)

 

20 February 2017

 

The Greatest Lovers in Art History, from Frida Kahlo and Auguste Rodin to Nan Goldin.

Tender, teasing, ravenous embraces. Artists have long rendered wild acts of desire in their work to capture the mind-altering, body-melting effects of love. ... read more (external link)

 

16 February 2017

 

David Hockney's Retrospective Is Irresistibly British.

In David Hockney's 1970 painting Ossie Wearing a Fairisle Sweater, the louche fashion designer Ossie Clark is depicted slouching in an armchair. His hair kisses his collar, his arm dangles, rakishly, by his side. The fairisle sweater he's wearing is defined by its concatenation of bright, contrasting colors. It is unmistakably British. It speaks of harsh weather or homeliness, with a flash of irony. ... read more (external link)

 

16 February 2017

 

These 291 Exhibitors Are Heading to Art Basel 2017.

See the 17 first-time participants. ... read more (external link)

 

16 February 2017

 

Marianne Boesky: A Gallerist's Work Is Never Done

On the eve of an exciting show with Pier Paolo Calzolari, gallerist Marianne Boesky reflects on her past and future. ... read more (external link)

 

16 February 2017

 

These 291 Exhibitors Are Heading to Art Basel 2017.

See the 17 first-time participants. ... read more (external link)

 

16 February 2017

 

Marianne Boesky: A Gallerist's Work Is Never Done

On the eve of an exciting show with Pier Paolo Calzolari, gallerist Marianne Boesky reflects on her past and future. ... read more (external link)

 

16 February 2017

 

David Hockney's Retrospective Is Irresistibly British.

In David Hockney's 1970 painting Ossie Wearing a Fairisle Sweater, the louche fashion designer Ossie Clark is depicted slouching in an armchair. His hair kisses his collar, his arm dangles, rakishly, by his side. The fairisle sweater he's wearing is defined by its concatenation of bright, contrasting colors. It is unmistakably British. It speaks of harsh weather or homeliness, with a flash of irony. ... read more (external link)

 

15 February 2017

 

Can Only Rich Kids Afford to Work in the Art World?

Naiomy Guerrero, 26, goes to at least a dozen art events a month; more during the art world's busy fall season. She's worked for several high-profile arts nonprofits, artist studios, and galleries, and began her master's degree in art history. ... read more (external link)

 

15 February 2017

 

"Flippers" Say Art Dealers Need Them More Than They Think

In January, the Austrian dealer Thaddaeus Ropac publicly called for a blacklist of flippers, or people who quickly resell works of art for profit, a practice common in the art world even in today's relatively muted market. Blacklists have long been... ... read more (external link)

 

14 February 2017

 

Georg Baselitz Stands to Set New Auction Record at Sotheby's London.

Expect a big night for German artists. ... read more (external link)

 

14 February 2017

 

Investing in Art: Thoughts from an Art Investment Fund Manager.

Massimiliano Subba, the Chief Executive Officer of Anthea Art Investments AG, accepted to discuss with us the art investment world. ... read more (external link)

 

13 February 2017

 

Schwarzman Parties at 70 With Camels, Cake and Trump's Entourage.

There were camels in the sand, a gondolier in the pool and a giant birthday cake in the shape of a Chinese temple - with Gwen Stefani on hand to help sing Happy Birthday at midnight. ... read more (external link)

 

13 February 2017

 

Francis Picabia: Postmodern Genius or a Rich Freak?

At MoMA, we see Picabia decide to throw out modern styles even before modernism had gelled. ... read more (external link)

 

09 February 2017

 

Tracey Emin Funds University Scholarship for Refugee in Berlin.

Four other donors are also stepping up to offer support. ... read more (external link)

 

09 February 2017

 

Art Basel Owner MCH Group Acquires Stake in Art Dusseldorf.

The fair takes aim at German leader, Art Cologne. ... read more (external link)

 

08 February 2017

 

Oprah Said to Snag $150 Million Selling Klimt to Chinese Buyer.

The art world is feeling Oprah Winfrey's Midas touch. ... read more (external link)

 

08 February 2017

 

David Hockney at Tate Britain Is an Expectedly Splashy Survey.

The exhibition ambitiously addresses the artist's entire career. ... read more (external link)

 

07 February 2017

 

Here Is the Artist List for the 2017 Venice Biennale.

Quietly, with apparently no fanfare, the organizers of the Venice Biennale have released the artist list for the central show in this year's edition, which opens May 13. ... read more (external link)

 

07 February 2017

 

What Geneva's Art King Lost in Battle with Russian Billionaire.

As he described the two-year legal battle with the man who had been his best client, art dealer Yves Bouvier contemplated the damage that has left him down by nearly $1 billion. ... read more (external link)

 

07 February 2017

 

These Are the Nominees for the 2017 Marcel Duchamp Prize.

Women artists dominate this year's shortlist. ... read more (external link)

 

07 February 2017

 

What Genevas Art King Lost in Battle with Russian Billionaire.

As he described the two-year legal battle with the man who had been his best client, art dealer Yves Bouvier contemplated the damage that has left him down by nearly $1 billion. ... read more (external link)

 

03 February 2017

 

When Does a Tattoo Become Art?

If art's purpose is to challenge viewers - to make a statement or alter one's perceptions - then can't a tattoo be considered art, too? Like most hotly debated issues, the answer is subjective, and changes depending on who you're talking to. ... read more (external link)

 

03 February 2017

 

Carmen Cervera's Collection at Serious Risk of Leaving Thyssen Museum in Madrid

Spain's Ministry of Culture and Baroness Thyssen have three months to reach an agreement. ... read more (external link)

 

01 February 2017

 

Phillips Focuses on Europe as It Poaches Dina Amin and Clarice Pecori Giraldi From Christies.

The auction house is making a push for increased international relevance. ... read more (external link)

 

31 January 2017

 

15 New York Shows You Need to See This February.

From the chocolate sculptures of Congolese plantation workers to mythical cast bronze sculptures by Wangechi Mutu, these 15 shows at New York art galleries and institutions this February challenge us to rethink art-historical narratives and expose us to fresh work by both lesser-known and widely celebrated artists. ... read more (external link)

 

30 January 2017

 

Swiss Art Lawyers to Publish Best Practices Dossier on Art-Related Money Laundering.

A group of Geneva-based art dealers, lawyers, and consultants are forming a Responsible Art Market Initiative in an effort to alleviate international concerns over the citys freeports. ... read more (external link)

 

30 January 2017

 

How Long Do You Need to Look at a Work of Art to Get It?

This is an easy one: Scientists have determined that the exact amount of time one should look at a work of art in order to understand it is four minutes and eight seconds. ... read more (external link)

 

27 January 2017

 

As Dow Breaks 20,000, Will Art Market Rally Follow?

On Wednesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the 20,000 mark for the first time in history. What, if anything, does this mean for the art market in the near- and medium-term? ... read more (external link)

 

26 January 2017

 

Marisa Merz Sets Her Sights for the Sky in New Met Breuer Exhibition

At 90 years old, she is still happily producing artwork at her home in Turin. ... read more (external link)

 

24 January 2017

 

Opens Today at The Met Breuer: "Marisa Merz: The Sky Is a Great Space"

This exhibition is the first major retrospective in the United States of works by Italian painter, sculptor, and installation artist Marisa Merz (born 1926), the sole female protagonist of the Arte Povera movement. ... read more (external link)

 

24 January 2017

 

Artgeneve, the Swiss Fair that is Gaining Ground.

In a mere six years since its inception, Artgeneve has succeeded in attracting increasingly prestigious institutions, art enthusiasts and galleries. ... read more (external link)

 

23 January 2017

 

British Dealers' Biggest Fear for 2017 Confirmed by Prime Minister.

When the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union last summer, it sent journalists and pundits scrambling to figure out how this unprecedented departure would take shape. ... read more (external link)

 

19 January 2017

 

Il mercato dell'arte in Italia regge, ma ci vuole piu' ottimismo.

Farsettiarte di Prato, con sedi anche a Milano e Cortina, nel secondo semestre dell'anno non ha avuto le solite performance, per cui ha chiuso l'anno... ... read more (external link)

 

18 January 2017

 

Another Old Master Fake Nailed as Sothebys Wants Its Money Back.

Five years after a painting attributed to the circle of Old Master Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola, known as Parmigianino, fetched $842,500 at Sothebys Inc., the auction house declared the painting a forgery, made nearly four centuries after the Italian artist died in 1540. ... read more (external link)

 

18 January 2017

 

Zaha Hadid’s Will Reveals $81 Million Fortune.

Patrik Schumacher, her successor at the firm, is also a trustee and a beneficiary. ... read more (external link)

 

17 January 2017

 

Eiffel Tower to Undergo $317 Million Refurbishment.

Renovation work on the Parisian landmark will last 15 years. ... read more (external link)

 

17 January 2017

 

Centre Pompidou Will Get a $108 Million Revamp for its 40th Anniversary.

To mark 40 years since its inception, the Centre Pompidou, at the heart of Paris's Le Marais, is celebrating with a year-long program of special exhibitions taking place all across France, before entering a two-year renovation phase slated for 2018-20, and estimated to cost about $108 million. ... read more (external link)

 

13 January 2017

 

See the Top 10 Most Expensive Living British Artists.

Damien Hirst keeps his crown in the new year. ... read more (external link)

 

12 January 2017

 

Maria Balshaw Hotly Tipped as Nicholas Serota's Successor at Tate.

Tate refuses to confirm the appointment despite insistent rumors. ... read more (external link)

 

10 January 2017

 

ING banks millions by selling off Baring's art collection at Christie's.

Dutch bank, ING, which famously bought Britain's oldest bank, Baring's, for 1 in 1995 after it was sunk by rogue trader, Nick Leeson, has been quietly selling off art from the Baring collection for a very decent return. ... read more (external link)

 

10 January 2017

 

Leonardo DiCaprio Buys Ed Ruscha Painting at $37 Million Charity Auction.

A group of Hollywood stars raised a stunning $37 million. ... read more (external link)

 

09 January 2017

 

Private Richter Sales Hide in Plain Sight at $95 Million Exhibit

Phillips is starting 2017 with its biggest private sales exhibition ever. ... read more (external link)

 

05 January 2017

 

From Candice Galek To Skyler Grey To Bethany Mota: 30 Under 30 In Art And Style.

Forbes' 2017 list of Art and Style superstars under 30 includes more than a dozen entrepreneurs, 10 fine artists, two social media influencers and more. ... read more (external link)

 

23 December 2016

 

The 10 Most Innovative Galleries of 2016.

Who pushed the boundaries this year? ... read more (external link)

 

22 December 2016

 

Want to Sell a $24 Million Painting Fast? Instagram for the Win

Shortly before his plane took off from New York last month, Christie's top dealmaker, Brett Gorvy, posted a Jean-Michel Basquiat painting of boxing champion Sugar Ray Robinson on Instagram. When Gorvy landed in Hong Kong 16 hours later, he discovered text messages from three clients asking if the painting was available.... ... read more (external link)

 

21 December 2016

 

Fondazione Prada Launches New Space Dedicated to Photography in Milan.

Osservatorio is the second space of the Fondazione in Milan. ... read more (external link)

 

21 December 2016

 

The 10 Biggest Art News Stories of 2016.

From touching to tragic, these are the stories that made an impact this year. ... read more (external link)

 

21 December 2016

 

17 Emerging Artists to Watch in 2017.

Among the more important lessons learned by the art world in 2016: An emerging artist's career isn't cemented in one night, with one breakout show, or with one collector's token of approval. Artists who matter long-term have careers that build over time, show upon show, collection upon collection. ... read more (external link)

 

15 December 2016

The Most Influential Living Artists of 2016.

The art world arrived in droves when Londons Tate Modern unveiled Parrenos Anywhen in its famed Turbine Hall at the start of Frieze Week this October. The 52-year-old French artist has a multifaceted practice, spanning sculpture, performance. ... read more (external link)

 

15 December 2016

 

The Top Emerging Artists of 2016

A collective formalized in Art Dubai's VIP lounge in 2013, GCC is comprised of eight so-called "delegates": Nanu Al-Hamad, Khalid Al Gharaballi, Abdullah Al-Mutairi, Fatima Al Qadiri, Monira Al Qadiri, Aziz Al Qatami, Barrak Alzaid, and Amal Khalaf. ... read more (external link)

 

15 December 2016

 

The Most Influential Curators of 2016.

In a year that has seen overdue emphasis on the work of female artists, Morris coordinated a feminist takeover of the Brooklyn Museum, a series of exhibitions titled "A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum." ... read more (external link)

 

15 December 2016

 

See the 10 Most Exciting Artists in the United States Today.

Here's what to look out for in 2017. ... read more (external link)

 

15 December 2016

 

Christie's Names Guillaume Cerutti as CEO Replacing Barbizet.

Christie's, the world's leading auction house by sales, appointed Guillaume Cerutti as chief executive officer, replacing its top leader after just two years and in a volatile period for the global art market. ... read more (external link)

 

15 December 2016

 

The Most Influential Living Artists of 2016.

The art world arrived in droves when Londons Tate Modern unveiled Parrenos Anywhen in its famed Turbine Hall at the start of Frieze Week this October. The 52-year-old French artist has a multifaceted practice, spanning sculpture, performance. ... read more (external link)

 

13 December 2016

 

Ruya Foundation announces artists for National Pavilion of Iraq 2017 and a collaboration with Francis Als.

The Ruya Foundation announced the participating artists for the National Pavilion of Iraq at the 57th Venice Biennale in May 2017. The exhibition, Archaic, will display the work of eight Modern and contemporary Iraqi artists. it will be curated by Tamara Chalabi, Chair and Co-Founder of the Ruya Foundation, and Paolo Colombo, Art Adviser at the Istanbul Museum of Modern Art. ... read more (external link)

 

12 December 2016

 

See the Best Instagram Snaps from Marina Abramovic's 70th Birthday Bash at the Guggenheim.

The evening began in strictly-enforced silence. ... read more (external link)

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